Vueling registra un incremento de la demanda con destino Londres coincidiendo con la coronación del rey Carlos III

Dos aviones de Vueling en el Aeropuerto de Barcelona /

Vueling ha experimentado un crecimiento interanual de más del 30% en la demanda de la ruta entre Barcelona y Londres Gatwick durante el periodo de la Coronación del Rey Carlos III de Reino Unido, entre el 1 y el 7 de mayo.

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airBaltic to equip entire fleet with SpaceX’s Starlink

A220 / Airbus

Today, Latvian airline airBaltic announced that it will equip its entire Airbus A220-300 fleet with SpaceX’s Starlink internet connectivity system. Every passenger will benefit from complimentary, in-flight high-speed internet access during all airBaltic flights without hassles or login pages. From the moment passengers walk onto the plane, they’ll have access to the internet.

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Porter encarga a Embraer 30 E195-E2 con opción de compra de 50 más


La aerolínea canadiense Porter Airlines ha cursado a Embraer un pedido en firme de 30 aviones E195-E2, con derechos de compra para 50 aviones más. El acuerdo se incluirá en la cartera de pedidos del segundo trimestre de Embraer y tiene un valor de 5.820 millones de dólares, a precio de lista con todas las opciones ejercidas.

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Pilots join initiative to ramp up use of Sustainable Aviation Fuels

Europe’s pilot community is joining a coalition of aviation and environmental organisations, calling for a ramp-up of Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAFs) as a scalable, long-term solution to decarbonise aviation. Europe’s environmental ambitions have taken a concrete shape under the EU Green Deal but cutting greenhouse gas emissions remains a major challenge. Yet, pilots see an opportunity for the EU to be an early leader in producing truly sustainable SAFs and untapping their full potential.

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4D-TBO: a new approach to aircraft trajectory prediction

Although some uncertainty exists about the exact timeline for air traffic recovery in the short term, global forecasts are clear: tomorrow’s air traffic will be increasingly dense. In fact, this outlook raises vital questions about the aviation industry’s future environmental footprint. As a result, air traffic management (ATM) is becoming an increasingly important—and complex—focus area.

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